Silly Poem – Pink Lippy

Written whilst in Prado, looking out up at a statue of Thomas Gainsborough, lording it over the activities of the Avon lady’s market stall.

 

Gainsborough lords it high above cerise-pink hood;

a flower above all flowers –

its bed of make-up puckering lips up for a kiss.

Gainsborough smiles, his lips all pink and perfect.

 

Copyright owned by Jay Cool, 17th October, 2019

 

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